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it's Sarena and I made another tumblr because I have no self control let's be honest




sadmusicforsadbastards:

"And in my dreams you’re alive and you’re crying
As your mouth moves in mine, soft and sweet
Rings of flowers ‘round your eyes
And I’ll love you for the rest of your life”


youngcaesar2k:

R. Stevie Moore || I Like To Stay Home

micdotcom:

She pointed out the sexism in video games, so men threatened her until she fled her home

On Monday, Anita Sarkeesian posted a segment titled “Women as Background Decoration.” It examined how gratuitous sexual abuse and violence permeates contemporary video games. By the next day, she had received so many violent threats that she had to flee her home. And these weren’t idle Internet threats — some contained accurate identifying information about Sarkeesian’s home and family, enough for law enforcement to get involved.

But she’s not wrong | Follow @micdotcom


spookyqueen:

spookyqueen:

I’m trying to become comfortable with my face with my hair all the way up, which is hard, but here you go.

This has a lot of notes (for me anyway) for just being pics of my face.

thisisradioactive:

Do you like Steve Austin?  His early work was a little too ‘new-wave’ for my taste, but when he won King of the Ring in ‘96, I think they he came into his own - both commercially and artistically. His whole repertoire has a clear, crisp feel, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the suplexes a big boost. He’s been compared to Ric Flair, but I think Austin  has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humour. In ‘96, Austin released this, the stunner, his most accomplished move. I think his undisputed masterpiece is ‘Stone Cold’, a name so catchy most people probably don’t listen to the sound - but they should! Because it’s not just about the pleasures of conformity, and the importance of trends, it’s also a personal statement about the wrestler himself! Hey Paul!

thisisradioactive:

Do you like Steve Austin?  His early work was a little too ‘new-wave’ for my taste, but when he won King of the Ring in ‘96, I think they he came into his own - both commercially and artistically. His whole repertoire has a clear, crisp feel, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the suplexes a big boost. He’s been compared to Ric Flair, but I think Austin  has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humour. In ‘96, Austin released this, the stunner, his most accomplished move. I think his undisputed masterpiece is ‘Stone Cold’, a name so catchy most people probably don’t listen to the sound - but they should! Because it’s not just about the pleasures of conformity, and the importance of trends, it’s also a personal statement about the wrestler himself! Hey Paul!